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Fifth cohort of Leading for Change Fellows in Maryland is announced

The fifth cohort of Fellows in the Maryland Early Childhood Leadership Program (MECLP), based at the Shriver Center/Division of Professional Studies at the University of Maryland Baltimore County has been announced.

MECLP partners with the Institute for Early Education Leadership and Innovation to deliver our Leading for Change course, which is taught by Anne Douglass, PhD, founder and executive director of the Institute for Early Education Leadership and Innovation, and Amanda Lopes, PhD, Learning & Quality Improvement Manager for the Institute for Early Education Leadership and Innovation.

The 12-month program is organized around the leadership development of Fellows in the context of the programs/settings in which they work, providing them with a deeper understanding of themselves as agents of change in their fields. Fellows examine the theory and practice of change to gain an understanding of what contributes to organizational progress and sustained improvements and analyze the sources that drive change as developing leaders.

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